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From Amazon shocks and the power of 10, to Windows 10 Mobile's no-show, Google's self-crashing car, more Pi, and an Epic attack on Microsoft, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Current laws do not require those watching BBC iPlayer content on demand to have a TV licence - but the UK's Culture Secretary aims to close that loophole with new legislation later this year.
The BBC's new digital store offers over 7,000 hours of content, allowing viewers to buy new and classic TV shows for streaming or download, and includes a Universal Windows app with Cortana support.
Reports are emerging, stating that the BBC has begun tightening access to iPlayer, their in-house on-demand streaming service. This comes in response to the popularity of the service outside the UK.
The BBC's Director-General has said that the corporation is working on a new video streaming service for the US, which will provide on-demand access to the BBC's massive library of content.
Greater user control and recommendations are added to the popular UK video platforms as they try to keep users from moving to rival video services.
From Insider insights and Xbox success, to Google's carrier problem, Nokia's birthday, AOL's acquisition, and Verizon's new/old Windows Phones, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
The BBC has confirmed that it is closing the international version of its iPlayer video on-demand service in the next few weeks, almost four years after it first launched for non-UK subscribers.
The new subscription-free service from the BBC, Channel 4, ITV and Sky will offer live TV, catch-up and on-demand content - but it seems you'll need a new TV or set-top box to be able to access it.
From festive deals and low-cost devices to Windows Phone developments, Lollipop updates, Firefox for iOS, Street Fighter V, and Xbox outages, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
After the launch of its BBC Sport app on Windows Phone earlier today, the BBC has now launched its iPlayer app for the Xbox One, bringing on-demand content - but not live TV - to the console.
From new Surface tablets and interesting experiments, to new Office, the end of the Icon and some 'inarticulate' comments, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
The BBC has announced that viewers and listeners can now catch up on programmes they missed for up to 30 days after broadcast - up from just seven days - although some exceptions will apply.
The BBC has announced that its long-awaited iPlayer app for Microsoft's Xbox One will launch in the next few months, and the new-look iPlayer is also coming to Virgin Media, BT and YouView this year.
The BBC has launched a new iPlayer Radio app for Windows Phone, almost two years after its launch on iPhone - but the app is simply a web wrapper, and lacks features available on other platforms.
A year after its launch on Windows Phone 8, the BBC iPlayer app has received a major update today, with the addition of live TV and an improved interface - but BBC Radio content has been removed.
A BBC insider claims that issues with Kinect have been plaguing the development of an iPlayer app for the Xbox One, and accuses Microsoft of offering little assistance to help resolve the problems.
Another gap in the Windows Phone Store has been filled, with the launch of the official BBC iPlayer app - although it will be exclusive to UK users, and the promised WP7.5 version has been cancelled.
The BBC has released another app for iOS, with an Android version in development. But are apps on the way too for Windows Phone, Windows 8 and BlackBerry 10? The BBC tells Neowin what's happening.
Despite claims that a Nokia spokesperson had confirmed the development of a BBC iPlayer app for the Windows Phone platform, the BBC has today told Neowin it has no immediate plans to do so.
A new report claims that Nokia Lumia owners will soon be able to download the Windows Phone app for the BBC iPlayer streaming video service sometime in the next few weeks.
The BBC iPlayer app for the Xbox 360 finally launches today, and it's free for all users - not just those with Xbox LIVE Gold membership. Windows Phone users can look forward to some iPlayer love too.
The BBC today launched a brand new version of their “BBC iPlayer” service for TV's. The app not only has UI and search improvements, but also allows users to watch programmes in high definition.
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At Neowin we love Windows 7 applications. We especially love them when they are free and made by talented developers in their spare time. BBC iPlayer in Windows 7 Media Center looks like the real...
The BBC has released a beta of its popular iPlayer service that will allow Mac and Linux users to download programs and keep them for up to 30 days (or seven, after playing for the...